Scone Camping & Caravanning Club Site is situated in the grounds of an ancient royal palace. This peaceful tree line site has well spaced pitches and excellent amenities. The site is a nature lovers’ paradise. Deer, buzzards, owls and even ospreys have been spotted here. You might even find yourself sharing your pitch with one of the site’s resident black rabbits. Fly fishing (for trout only) is permitted on the River Tay, permits available from reception. Only one car per pitch and visitor parking is limited. The Lodge Bar and Restaurant at Perth Racecourse are open to the public, except on race days. No direct access to Scone Palace. The site has 120 grass or hardstanding pitches (some seasonal), most with electric hook-up. Some of the hardstanding pitches are serviced.
N.B. Non-members are welcome and may join on site. Please speak to site staff for details and to check pitch availability before arrival.
Scone Palace is described as a spectacular place of power and mystery. It is also the home of the celebrated Stone of Scone, also known as the Stone of Destiny. Scone Palace hosts many events and has beautiful grounds, including the lawns and pinetum. As well as some great walks along the river directly from site, sports lovers will be pleased to discover there are five golf courses within five miles of the site. There is a fantastic Blue Flag beach at Broughty Ferry just east of Dundee. This sweeping stretch of golden sand is one of only eight beaches in Scotland to hold the Blue Flag status. Four safari tents available to hire. There are also a number of privately owned holiday homes.